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Is there any software out there to see what is connected to a network.


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#1 raidencmc

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 08:40 PM

I have a home network and I have Modem router and connected to it (wired) is a PC, PS3, and a 2nd router. Wireless is a laptop and a WII. The additional router is for my upstairs and mainly the Wii and another PC at a later date. All work well but the 2nd router. I can't seem to find it at all. I am wondering if there is a utility that would show what is connected?

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 12:56 PM

we really need alot more information....what is the ip address of the router? are you using dhcp or static? what is the ip and make/model of the 1st and 2nd router? can you ping it...etc




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